This was the title of the show I watched last night on the Mountain West channel on 616 Directv. I just figured that I would mention a few points I saw on it for anyone interested. It reminded me a lot of the Gene Chizik show on Sunday nights where they review the previous game and look at the next opponent. First they went over some plays against ASU. The UNLV freshman WR I believe caught an unbelievable one handed ball in the corner of the end zone on one play. I really noticed how UNLV was in the backfield on all plays they showed and seemed to have a great pass rush. Whether that means ASU can't block or UNLV has some horses I don't know. The blocked field goal at the end had even less blocking. They were talking with the coach and he was telling people about his strategy of offense with no huddle where it keeps the defense in their stance and the main offensive players look to the sidelines with 10 seconds left to get the play. He thinks it puts defenses on their heels and works to their advantage. ISU will not be surprised by this huh? The RB does make me nervous as he is quick and stocky and was right up the middle on a bunch of plays. He was not side stepping or making moves, but more just holes opening up and quick moves right up the middle and carrying guys for more yards. They also talked about the former games and mentioned that ISU only won by a controversial call at the end of the game. I don't know what is controversial about catching the ball out of bounds.